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, mark zuckerberg admits something you might have already noticed. >>> also the rumblings that apple could be ready to make another major announcement. >>> and a supplement a lot of people take every day may not be doing what they th >>> stocking up on vitamin d to ward off colds might be a waste of your time and money. researchers studied patients getting high doses for two years. they also followed patients getting a placebo. they found no difference in the number of colds and upper respiratory infections in those two groups. >>> dig for hoffa's remains turned out doing a big bust. the soil sample did not contain any human remains. a man dying of cancer told police he saw men burying a body there the night hoffa disappe disappear disappeared. hoffa was last seen about 30 miles away from that area. >>> italian scientists are searching for what could be the real life mona lisa. experts believe the wife of a rich merchant may been the model. she was buried in a florentine convent and scientists have been working to find her skull. experts say they can reskruconst her face and compare
, personal information. all of this coming as mark zuckerberg is 5,000 miles away in russia, telling is idea of facebook to an entirely new market. the company that convinced its users to share nearly everything about themselves and their personal lives online is reportedly now exploring new, more invasive ways of tapping into its most lucrative asset, its nearly 9 million users. >> the commitment we made is we're going to execute this mission of making the world more open and connected. >> reporter: but "the wall street journal" reports that facebook is opening those connections to marketers. reportedly now allowing them to target ads based on the e-mail addresses and phone numbers users post on their profiles. it's a service facebook competitors, like google and yahoo! have offered marketers for years. but bun mark zuckerberg, the company's founder, has publicly shied away from. >> what facebook is doing is keeping tabs on what you're doing all over the web. ultimately, facebook is a business. facebook makes more money if they sell more advertising. >> reporter: analysts say the move comes
announcements. >>> facebook's founder and ceo mark zuckerberg will make his first u.s. tv appearance today since taking the company public. zuckerberg sat down for an interview last week with matt lauer that will air today. they discuss zuckerberg's daily routine, his recent wedding and facebook's struggling stock. you can catch the exclusive interview with mark zuckerberg later on "today." >>> a british team is closer to building a car they hope will break the sound barrier and smash the land speed record. the team tested a rocket engine yesterday that they hope will help push the car to a thousand miles per our. the rocket will be used along with a fighter jet engine to create the same amount of horsepower as 95 formula one cars. they hope to run the car in 2014 in south africa and break the previous land speed record of 763 miles per hour. that is fast. >>> there's a prince william county woman sharing her close encounter with the largest fish in the world. sheryl mcwilliams is a firefighter and dive instructor. she was exploring a ship wreck when the whale shark came right up to her. you see
for facebook. >> rob nelson has details. >> facebook has reached a milestone. mark zuckerberg has just revealed the social network now has 1 billion active users. that translates to about one in every seven people on the planet. microsoft will take on apple and google later this month when it unveils windows phone 8. it will be exclusive to at&t. a microsoft event will take place october 29. starbucks customers can start paying for their favorite beverage with their iphone with one of the new features. if society is looking to increase airport security without lengthening the lines. they're working on the data that can detect the presence of bomb- making ingredients in just a few seconds. have a great day. [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standardrd at citibank. [ male announcer ] jay likes it when his mobile phone helps him deposit his checks. jay also like it when mother nature helps him wash his car. mother nature's
not name any specific products. >>> we are getting a sneak peak at the "today" show's interview with mark zuckerberg. he told matt lauer he wears the same thing every day. he has 20 identical gray t-shirts. he keeps his shirts in one drawer and his wife rules the closet. you can watch the full interview of zuckerberg tomorrow on the "today" show here on nbc 4. >>> stocks are higher at this hour. let's check in with cnbc. we are joined live with more on that and the rest of the day's business headlines. >> hello. we have stocks in positive territory. after better than expected news on private sector jobs. the dow is up 40 points, nasdaq up 16 and s&p up six. two days ahead of friday's government jobs report, a survey of private sector jobs reports came in better than expected. adp says companies put 164,000 more workers on the payroll. service companies employ 90% of the work force. i's not enough to put a dent in the 8.1% unemployment rate. another leading indicator, the institute for supply says nonmanufacturing grew at the fastest pace. crude oil futures are down more than $3 to $88 a b
site itself, you have one billion. >> founder mark zuckerberg made the announcement yesterday. >> the one billion friends aren't translating into money quite yet. >> not in the stock. no, not driving the stock price up. >>> what do james bond and the beatle have in common? we'll find out next. we've got a check of your weather and traffic. stay with us. stay with us. you're on timeout leo! some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will. save up to 15% on an ikea kitchen. some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will. save up to 15% on an ikea kitchen. >>> my name is bond, james bond. my instructions were explicit. i was to leave for jamaica in two hours, licensed to kill. >> it was 50 years ago that the first james bond movie was released. it was dr. no shot on location in jamaica and starring sean connery as the iconic spy. next month, the 23rd official bond film called sky fall will hit the theaters. it has only been 23. seems like it's been more than that. i i love those movies. >> sean connery was the best bond ever. >> he was. >>> to the beatles
lauer will have moren of the interview with mark zuckerberg tonight at 10:00. >> his money is stuffed away in the other closet. >> why do you need another drawer anyhow. >>> "nightly news" coming up next.
and ceo mark zuckerberg this year. the company's stock has lost nearly half its value since its ipo back in may. zuckerberg talked about that on the "today" show with matt lauer. >> if a company has a billion customers, how can they not be killing making money? >> it depends on your term of killing it. the future is really going to be about mobile. >> zuckerberg said he takes his responsibility as ceo very seriously. he said he's working hard to boost confidence among investors and employees. >>> post-traumatic stress disorder is a growing problem for veterans. now some military wives are taking a new approach. they're going bare to raise awareness for its treatment. julia brook takes a look. >> reporter: bringing attention to more than just her eyes. she pens the pledge on the back of army wife jennifer brown for a photo, to add to the group's facebook page. >> this pledge that you're making for your spouse is just as important as marriage vows. >> reporter: she said she came up with the pledge and battling bare out of desperation. which she says grew as she tried to get help at fort ca
interview with mark zuckerberg on "rock center" at 10:00 p.m. here on nbc 4. >>> the number of americans seeking unemployment benefits rose last week. we have more on that and the day's business headlines. >> how you doing? we have the major market averages higher after encouraging news on jobs and consumers spending more money. checking the averages at this hour, the dow is up 66, the nasdaq is up nine. the number of americans seeking first time unemployment benefits rose last week to 367,000. that was actually fewer folks seeking first time benefits than expected. now tomorrow we get the full jobs report from the labor department updating the unemployment rate and overall job growth. retailers including costco and limited ahead of wall street. overall sales up 3.6 at the major retailers. at costco, up 6%. it happened despite higher gasoline prices taking a bigger bite out of prices. stocks making big moves, hewlett packard making investments after saying the firm could struggle. the stock is down 3%. marriott international up 3% in early trading. the chain operates ritz carlton and the
mark zuckerberg. this is his first since he took the company public. they discussed fak's future, the morale of the staff and that other big silicon valley company. >> last weekend apple sold about 5 million of their new iphone 5s. did you buy one? >> tim sent one to me. it's a wonderful device. >> you got a freebie. didn't have to pay anything, huh? so are you now an iphone 5 user? is that the phone you've got in your pocket or back in your desk? >> i think i handed my phone to someone else. >> much more of matt's exclusive and rare interview with mark zuckerberg, founder of facebook later on "today." >> we want to begin this half hour with a second chance for a baseball player, a baseball player injured in his one and only at-bat in the major leagues. we'll talk to adam greenberg exclusively but first nbc kerry sanders is at marlins park in miami. hey, kerry, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. what a story. 31-year-old adam greenberg here at home plate in marlins park. it took more than seven years, but he's now in the history books, finally getting his one at-bat. greenb
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